Time stamp: Saturday morning
Traditionally the subject of my Sunday article is the biggest political story of the week just ended. Last week was jam packed and a time stamp was necessary because some of the events are dynamic. The chaos of the Bare Naked Ladies’ hit , One Week, is going through my mind. I’ll never achieve the level of their lyrics, a generation will not memorize my words, but hold on, here we go.
Continue reading Wow. What A Week!
22 years ago today I was talking to my biggest customer in Tarpon Springs, Florida when I heard the news of the attack on the Twin Towers. Today I’m retired and living in North Carolina’s Triangle Region. In 2001 the January 6th domestic coup attempt replaced 9/11 as the worst attack on America. But today I want to spend a few minutes on what potentially could be a more threatening attack on American democracy – today’s Republican party.
Continue reading Pro-baby. Oh Baby!
Juxtapose an event from this weekend and a conversation I had over a decade ago and you have the basis of today’s article. Continue reading No. I Don’t Agree.
It has yet to hit 9 am EST on Sunday morning as I commence writing this piece. I have just read the morning newspapers (in my case the New York Times and the Washington Post online.) Despite writing this column, which I do of choice not economic necessity, I consider myself completely retired. Sunday is no longer a unique day of leisure to me but I realize it is for the majority of American adults. Let’s see what the experience brought. Continue reading Sunday Morning Papers